Broadway was the nearest large village to where we stayed being just 5 miles away
As throughout the Cotswolds the buildings are built with coloured Limestone and the main street in Broadway is one of the longest in England and dates back to the 16th century.
It was once a busy staging post on route from Worcester to London
It is now crammed with some of the countries best small art galleries
The ice-cream man cometh
Once the war was over that was
The following pictures of tea pots are from the tearooms where we stopped for afternoon tea
The shop next door sold all of these pots
A dream for a teapot collector
That's if one had a large pocket
It is known as the 'highest little castle in the Cotswolds'
It stands 1024 feet above sea level and is the second highest point on the Cotswold ridge
It was built in 1799 and is a perfect example of a Gothic Folly
On a clear day, which we had, you can see across to the beginnings of the Welsh mountains
It was also VERY windy the day we went up the tower and it felt rather scarey